Heels hurt but look great, that dress keeps flipping up but it’s flattering, and that jacket is cool but has an illogical number of zippers.
Fashion is beauty, but not always functional.
Look at the current trends for this spring [fashionising]::
So this season we potentially have a chance to see people with small heels, pointy glasses, and wearing outfits that essentially have the shirts attached to the pants.
Fashion is great when it is beautiful, and it is timeless when it is beautiful and functional. It is why a good pair of jeans will always be in everyone’s closet.
It is why Portola’s coffee mugs are at the top of coffee fashion.
75% of taste is based on smell. So when you base most of your gustatory enjoyment on the way something hits your nose… It makes sense to have coffee cups that help your nose smell some coffee. Enter Offero Coffee Mugs.
Its soft edges and sloped rim are beautiful to look at. It shows off the steaming cup of coffee in a way that makes the whole thing look like its in constant motion.
But more importantly is how it shows off the other features of coffee. Just like how a decent pair of Madison Harding ‘Casey’ espadrilles
can show off the wearer’s legs and beach-loving attitude [holly in heels], this cup can finally show off the gentle aroma of the liquid in the cup. Normally tasters place their hand over the edge of a cup to help hold in the smell, but now this sloped rim does that for you. It is basically a built-in artificial hand to shield the aroma, and it is cheaper than hiring someone else to do the same job for you (and less awkward).
So when you are wondering if you should be buying a pair of Michael Kors ‘Xaria’
or if you should try on a pair of Corso Como’s ‘Palmoar’ platforms
don’t forget that good looking things can be functional as well.
Fashion, shopping and coffee…. What are you doing may 12th?
Check out Locale Magazine’s fashion show at the OC Mart Mix. We’ll be there. What’s your excuse?